On the Wyck side of Maastrich on the street to the train station. Smelled good from the outside but a bit of a dining let down. When purporting to be an Argentine steakhouse, it would be good if the spelling of the few Spanish words on the menu was correct, i.e. Venduras vs Verduras, a few other mistakes as well. Ordered the Churrasco and the Ribeye, both were to be on the rawer side of Medium, but the Churrasco was medium and slightly chewey. The Ribeye was tender but had no flavor whatsoever, watery would be my best description, would definitely recommend that the meat be marinaded to liven it up (highly recommed A1 as a pre grilling marinade). If sauces were available, we weren’t advised, in any case, sauce after grilling doesn’t have the same effect. Wait staff forgot the ketchup for the fries (this type of restaurant shouldn’t really serve ketchup in those small fast food type one serving size envelopes, a small ceramic mini bowl would have been a better presentation) and sour cream. Wait staff not the friendliest I’ve seen and no sense of humor (jokingly spoke Spanish and got a somewhat cool response in English that they didn't speak Spanish), also always amazes me when wait staff walk right past tables without looking if the customer requires anything else (should NOT have to flag down a waiter). No coaster or anything under my beer, kept dripping condensate over my shirt (Beer WAS nice and cold so a plus). Baked potato with butter and (dill) sour cream was ok. For the Netherlands, the price was reasonable.
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